i need a evil revenge plann on ex boy friend in school
he cheated on me and then i broke up with him and i need to get him back at school
This is never a good way to approach a situation in life, and you should refrain from doing it. Consider this as an alternative; ignore him. Do nothing. Do not react to him at all.
The simple truth is that if you do anything to get so-called revenge on him, you are basically telling him you can't handle being without him. He wins, you lose. The more you try and make him miserable, the more he knows he's still the center of your focus. You can't get him out of your head. He'll go to his friends and laugh and say things like "she can't live without me."
A strong person moves on. An intelligent person does not seek revenge. This just makes you look bad. And the more revenge you try to bring, the more satisfaction he'll get out of it all—because soon the new girl will want to defend him, and he'll get a big rise out of two girls fighting over HIM.
Just give it some thought. Think about it. Use your head. Outsmart him. That'll do wonders for you as well when you realize you are bigger than the loser you discovered him to be.
Your best revenge (I don't like using that word because of its negative connotations) is to raise yourself above him. Set high standards for yourself, excel in school (he might come begging for your help), and stay motivated to get to the best college and become the best that you can be....a lawyer, scientist, computer programmer. Years later you will still be laughing at the fool who helped you to achieve your highest aspirations.
He will probably still be doing what he does best....cheating on some other woman.
Then you can tell the story at your High School Reunion...
wtf u guys are no help im in middle school and its not like u old fags have good evice its npt like that and i defffinitly dont want him back infact i was already guna break up with him. lmfao u guys are funny
I agree it is a terrible idea. go to 4chan they'll know what to do.
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